Holocaust Education Resources


“Education is the most powerful weapon which
you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela

 
At the core of The Butterfly Project lies education and awareness. All butterfly events should include an age-appropriate educational component. For 5th grade and above, we recommend Holocaust Education resources. We encourage all participants to invite a Holocaust survivor to speak at the event whenever possible, or show videos of survivor testimonies. For 4th grade and below, we recommend these tolerance and anti-bullying resources.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Resource

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, based in Washington, DC, is known for its…. add more info about resource.

Museum of Tolerance Resource

Museum of Tolerance, based in Los Angeles, CA, is known for its…. add more info about resource.

ADL's Echos & Reflections Resource

ADL’s Echos & Reflections curriculum is known for its…. add more info about resource.

ADL Resource

Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is known for its…. add more info about resource.

USC Shoah Foundation Resource

University of Southern California’s Shoah Foundation, based in Los Angeles, CA, is known for its…. add more info about resource.

Yad Vashem Resource

Yad Vashem, based in Jerusalem, Israel, is known for its…. add more info about resource.

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Resource

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMOTH), based in Los Angeles, CA, is known for its…. add more info about resource.

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